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news, nashville, tennessee. >> overseas a team of fbi investigators visited the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya collected evidence and left after about 12 hours. the fbi has been trying to reach benghazi since the september 11th attack that killed ambassador chris stevens and three others. u.s. special forces provided security for yesterday's investigation. >>> late last night united nations security council unanimously approved a statement condemning syria's shelling of a turkish border town. five civilians were killed. the u.n. called on syria to respect the sovereignty of its neighbors. >>> if you're flying on american airlines today you may be in for a rough ride. american is cancelling dozens of its flights today as it works to fix seats. over the last week seats on three american flights came loose. american blames wear, poor design and spilled soda. seats are being removed and reinstalled. american cancelled 50 flights yesterday and 44 more today. >>> cbs money watch time now on a friday morning. crunching jobs numbers and a status update on a record number of facebook
years ago. put the kabosh on that, i guess. the fbi is now investigating. >>> in pennsylvania, a judge has until tuesday to rule on a controversial voter i.d. law. at issue is whether the new law disenfranchises voters. some people face obstacles just trying to get the photo identification card. >> reporter: was this easy to get or too hard to get? >> it was very hard to get. >> reporter: 68-year-old doris clark was turned down three times, applying for her pennsylvania voter i.d. card. and every time, she says, the state wanted another document. original birth certificate, original social security card, then she needed her husband's death certificate when a clerk demanded proof of her married name. after four tries she got the card but resented all the obstacles. >> you feel like why am i going through all these things? i'm not bin laden's wife. you know? i've been here all my life. i've been voting since it's been legal for me to vote. >> reporter: clark's testimony in state court in pennsylvania represents a growing legal challenge to voter i.d. laws, specifically how difficult some
to identify only director tim healy, a veteran fbi agent who oversees the terrorist watch list of 520,000 names. >> that could be a facilitator, it could be a bomber, could be a bomb maker, anybody. anybody connected to terrorism. >> reporter: this clearinghouse of terrorist information is used every day by tsa officers, border agents, and state, local, and federal law enforcement. >> if you're speeding, you get pulled over. they'll curry that name, and if they're encountering a known or suspected terrorist, it will pop up and say call the terrorist screening center. >> reporter: how often do these encounters say? >> we're averaging about 55 encounters with known or suspected terrorists every day. >> reporter: in most cases, the encounters do not lead to arrest but provide additional intelligence. >> location of where the guy is going, what he's doing. additional associates that the subject is hanging around. >> reporter: names are frequently added and subtracted, always in secret. healy also oversees the critical no-fly list. there are 20,000 people on the no-fly list. about 700 of t
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